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Sessional - BISC 651 - Toxicity Tests I: Ecological Effects Based Tests - 1227 - Burnaby Campus
The following Sessional appointment is expected to be available in the Department of Biological Sciences during the FALL SEMESTER (August 29 to December 23, 2022).
|BISC 651||TOXICITY TESTS I: ECOLOGICAL EFFECTS BASED TESTS|
|Lectures||3hr/wk (1/2 semester, time TBD)|
|Labs||4hr/wk (1/2 semester, time TBD)|
Course Description: This course provides the basic concepts and practical experience for the application of ecologically-based toxicity tests.
In addition to lectures, responsibilities include preparing and delivering labs.
Minimum Qualifications: A master’s degree in toxicology or related discipline, with a broad training in toxicology. Expertise in toxicity tests, with relevant courses and teaching experience in this area of study.
Recommended Qualifications: Master of environmental toxicology (MET) or MSc in a related discipline. Expertise in toxicity tests, industry experience in toxicology and a minimum of 4 months teaching experience at the post-secondary level.
To apply, please prepare in advance a cover letter, curriculum vitae, teaching statement and contact information for three references as a single file in a portable document format (PDF, ~7MB Maximum size). When ready, submit via the on-line application form at:
If you have questions, please contact Melissa Stephens, Chair’s Secretary, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS IS TUESDAY JULY 5 AT 4:00 PM
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